News

TELEIOS to be presented at EU Project Networking Event of ESWC 2012

TELEIOS will be presented at the EU Project Networking Event of ESWC 2012.

NKUA prepared a poster that illustrates the goals and challenges of TELEIOS.

TELEIOS poster

Presentations of the 2nd TELEIOS User Community workshop

The presentations of the 2nd TELEIOS User Community workshop are now available on the workshop website.

Project newsletter and screencast is now available

The TELEIOS newsletter is available here and the screencast can be viewed here (MPEG-4 video plugin is required).

 

2nd TELEIOS User Community workshop

The 2nd TELEIOS User Community workshop will take place on May 10/11, 2012 at Darmstadt, Germany.

More information can be found here

Strabon web site goes on line!

The site for Strabon is up and running! View it here.

CWI partner publishes paper on astronomical data processing in SciQL

Abstract: SciQL (pronounced as 'cycle') is a novel SQL-based array query language for scientific applications with both tables and arrays as first class citizens. SciQL lowers the entrance fee of adopting relational DBMS (RDBMS) in scientific domains, because it includes functionality often only found in mathematics software packages. In this paper, we demonstrate the usefulness of SciQL for astronomical data processing using examples from the Transient Key Project of the LOFAR radio telescope.

Terra Cognita 2011

Terra Cognita 2011 workshop took place successfully in conjunction with the 10th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2011), at Bonn, Germany on October 2011.

The CEUR proceedings of the workshop can be found at the following link: Terra Cognita 2011: Foundations, Technologies and Applications of the Geospatial Web 2011

First year review

The first year review of TELEIOS took place in Luxembourg on September 23, 2011. Congratulations to all for the successful outcome of the review!

CWI partner publishes paper on the query language SciQL, an extension of SQL with arrays

Abstract: Scientific discoveries increasingly rely on the ability to efficiently grind massive amounts of experimental data using database technologies. To bridge the gap between the needs of the Data-Intensive Research fields and the current DBMS technologies, we propose SciQL (pronounced as 'cycle'), the first SQL-based query language for scientific applications with both tables and arrays as first class citizens. It provides a seamless symbiosis of array-, set- and sequence- interpretations.